1992 Maserati Biturbo 430....

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WMU 211G wrote: Wed Jul 07, 2021 5:07 pm
Costafortune wrote: Wed Jul 07, 2021 4:37 pm Friend of mine has a 1993 Ghibli, sat for years and in dire need of restoration.
Does he have the same username as you...? ;)

Ghiblis are sought after now, I wonder what will happen to it. Before I bought the 430 I had my eye on a couple of Ghiblis and a Quattroporte IV, sadly the budget wouldn't quite stretch far enough.
He's had it a good 15-20 years. It's a restoration project now requiring a full paint job although it's not rusty.
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Ernst Blofeld wrote: Wed Jul 07, 2021 9:26 pm Weren’t these built in the old Innocenti factory?
Yes they were, De Tomaso bought the factory and put it to good use ;)
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It’s in Modena, I went there around 94.It was very old school with a variety of engines gathering dust.
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I've just replaced the mismatching perspex plates with a set of pressed metal ones which are road legal up to 2001, I think they look much smarter with the black borders, in any case I've never really liked the faux 3D font often found on '80s and '90s cars....

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1992 Maserati Biturbo 430 2.8 litre V6
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